Enjoy Japanese-1 <Term Duration: 2.5hrs × 10 Lesson, Once a week>


Writing in Roman letters, useful Japanese for travel purposes (Reading signs, asking for directions, etc)
Details may be subject to change.

<Taught by native teacher> Class size: 5-15 students
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Title
Detail
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Introduction
Greeting
Country

Introduction
Greeting(Good morning, Thank you, I’m sorry. etc)

2
Restaurant

Hotel

How are you?
Number ¥1000, ¥80.¥50……
What is this?, Adjectives, Menu, Food name & picture
Reception

3
4 Shopping

Shopoing, How much is it? 
Adjectives

5
6

Transport
station, airport
taxi, bus, train

Time: What time is it, now?
Where are you going to?
Verbs (want to go, want to eat, want to see)

7
8

Calendar
Reservation restaurant
Sick, Injury
Emergency evacuation

January, February, March, April...
Telephone: Moshi Moshi… / Booking Restaurant...
Hospital, pharmacy...
Earthquake, Fire...

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10 Revision & Q&A

Enjoy Japanese-2 <Term Duration: 2.5hrs × 10 Lesson, Once a week>

Writing in Roman letters
Details may be subject to change.

<Taught by native teacher> Class size: 5-15 students

No
Title
Detail
1

Enjoying 1 Revision

 

Adjectives
Past,
Past Ng

How are you?
Introduction (How do you do?)
Greeting (Good morning, Thank you, I’m sorry. etc)
What is this? What time is it? Calendar How much?

Adjectives Revision
Adj: expensive, cheap, delicious, big, new…
Adj past: was expensive, was cheap, was delicious…

Adj past neg: wasn’t expensive, wasn’t cheap, wasn’t delicious…
2 compare

Adjectives Revision
A is bigger than B.
A is the biggest.

3

Positions and directions

Get on a vehicle

Verb Revision
intersection, straight ahead, traffic signal
Turn right at the next traffic signal.

I will get on the train at Tokyo station.
4

Asking permission

Please do not~

Verb Revision
May I take a photograph? Yes. / I’m sorry….

Please don’t put any wasabi in the sushi.
5 experience

Verb
Shushi o tabeta koto ga arimas ka. (Have you ever eaten sushi?)

Yes, I have. / No. I have not.
6

Connecting
Related Sentences
Adjectives conjunction

Mr. Smith is an American and Mr. Tanaka is a Japanese.

The MRT are convenient and cheap.

7 Introduction family My farther, my mother…
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10 Revision & Q&A

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